This is german representative in land speed record breaking alternative after war history (say it 3 times fast).
Mittens are all the rage on the internet right now, so I'll get in on the action and post this, the 1/48 Zvezda Yak-130 "Mitten" Originally a joint project between Aermacchi (now Leonardo) and Yakovlev for a subsonic jet trainer with secondary[...]
Hello again iModeler! Here is my Trumpeter T-38C Talon, built completely OOB. This was a fun kit and I had no problems with it during construction. I purchased and built this kit last summer, so it did not stay idle in my stash for long. It w[...]
Hello everyone! There is a locked subject somewhere in dungeons of kampfgruppe144 forum where I enthusiastically begin this kit. 2014? There was this idea on the way of adding photoetched details to it. So instead of quick build it became protot[...]
Why ”NOTSnik”? Well of course because of the Sputnik. In 1956 US Navy Naval Ordnance Test Station was developing various unmanned vehicles. One of ideas on the table was air launched vehicle propelled by motors from SUBROC antisubmarine missile.[...]
Nice Airfix model, except of nose cone mounting everything was smooth. Hope you like it. Cheers!!
Hello iModeler! Long time no post. Here is my first commissioned build. My client requested it be in flight with a full load of ordnance. That made mounting kind of tricky but I found a way in the end. I bent a clear acrylic rod to a suit[...]
The SEPECAT Jaguar is a Anglo-French jet attack aircraft originally used by the British Royal Air Force and the French Air Force in the close air support and nuclear strike role. It is still in service in upgraded form with the Indian Air Force.[...]
As many successful constructions, also Corsair is real beauty beast - robust, durable, reliable, serving in many countries can deliver deadly ordnance to whatever target. Its upperwing allowing to carry large variety of bombs, rockets, electroni[...]
This is product of P51 bashing and represents combat drone similar to MQ-9. Still dont know in what year would i put it, so its all in the eye of the observer.